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Old 21 Feb 15, 13:54
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Entrapment procedures of honeytraps

Tactics and strategies have changed. You got to learn the tactic entrapment to keep you out of jail.

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In criminal law, entrapment is a practice whereby a law enforcement agent induces a person to commit a criminal offense that the person would have otherwise been unlikely to commit.[1] It is a type of conduct that is generally frowned upon, and thus in many jurisdictions is a possible defense against criminal liability.

Depending on the law in the jurisdiction, the prosecution may be required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was not entrapped or the defendant may be required to prove that they were entrapped as an affirmative defense.

Sting operations are fraught with ethical concerns over whether they constitute entrapment.

This the kind of entrapment I was referring to. Examples are 'unwelcome solicitations' criminal complaint or labour law complaint of a once friendly Russian lady. Another is criminal complaint for harassment or sexual harassment of a once-friendly Russian lady or any mole for that matter. I just do not know if they have to be law enforcement officers. It might fall under malicious prosecution. The heck, I am not a lawyer although I had a girlfriend once who is daughter of a cop.
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In criminal law, entrapment is a practice whereby a law enforcement agent induces a person to commit a criminal offense that the person would have otherwise been unlikely to commit.[1] It is a type of conduct that is generally frowned upon, and thus in many jurisdictions is a possible defense against criminal liability.

Depending on the law in the jurisdiction, the prosecution may be required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was not entrapped or the defendant may be required to prove that they were entrapped as an affirmative defense.

Sting operations are fraught with ethical concerns over whether they constitute entrapment.

This the kind of entrapment I was referring to. Examples are 'unwelcome solicitations' criminal complaint or labour law complaint of a once friendly Russian lady. Another is criminal complaint for harassment or sexual harassment of a once-friendly Russian lady or any mole for that matter. I just do not know if they have to be law enforcement officers. It might fall under malicious prosecution. The heck, I am not a lawyer although I had a girlfriend once who is daughter of a cop.
You won't get an argument from me. Women are all snakes with tits. But what the heck does your post have to do with Warfare by other means?

Try putting it in the North America area? That's filled with rampant bollocks. You'll fit right In.
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The workplace is indeed a snakepit. I was wondering why an East European lady asked me "can you buy me this", referring to a $500 dollar diamond necklace. When I bought it, she cried, "unwelcome solicitations" to her sister. Now if that became subject of a lawsuit, I either must have been in jail for harassment or fired if I knew of the lady in the workplace. Does that matter to you? Or you are out of job? With due respect, general.
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